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Mortgage Expo rallies the industry

Mortgage Business Expo, the largest mortgage industry gathering in the UK, will take place on November 16 and 17 this year at Earls Court 2 in London.

Sponsored by Bank of Scotland, Mortgage Business Expo London will bring together over 200 lenders, networks, clubs and senior decision makers in one place, all focusing on the needs of the intermediary.

A year on from the mortgage market first coming under the auspices of the City watchdog, visitors will have the opportunity to discuss with peers and decision makers what the next twelve months will hold as far as regulation and product development are concerned.

Senior figures from the industrys leading organisations will be at the show, including the Financial Services Authority, Financial Ombudsman Service, Bank of Scotland, Halifax, First Active, Royal Bank of Scotland and Birmingham Midshires.

The London Expo will again be hosting the product knowledge and the better business for Mortgage Intermediaries seminar theatres organised by the CML and AMI. Seminars are free to attend.

Registering early will give you the chance to win two tickets to the celebrity gala evening at MPH 05, Londons live motoring event, hosted by Jeremy Clarkson on November 17. You will also be entitled to a great discount on tickets to MPH on Friday November 18.

Andy White, Expo show director, says: The whole of the market will be reflecting on the first year of regulation and the Mortgage Business Expo will provide all of the stakeholders with a platform to voice their views and hear the views of their peers, decision makers, lenders and the regulator. Its shaping up to be a great debate.


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